Good morning, Lu2011,
I'm so glad she's getting along better now. I would try very hard to
see that the nursery has Lactaid milk for her for the next 2 weeks at least. You will know by then fully if it's the milk sugar that's the cause. (Can you take a couple of quarts by the nursery center and ask that they keep them in the fridge for your child? Label them for your youngster. They should be able to comply with that.)
I don't know about the yogurt, Lu2011. It often has milk sugar in it and that's what you are trying to avoid. Try a small amount of (lactose free) cheese without the yogurt and see how she gets along. If you can get lactose free yogurt, maybe she can manage that.
I don't enjoy seeing youngsters use an artificial sweetener because that can have upsets in their little systems--they upset grownups as well.
Let the words LACTOSE FREE be part of your shopping menu for her if you can. The nursery will co-operate with you, I feel sure.
Observe how she feels; is she still her playful, happy little self?
If so, that's good. Your aim is to keep her that way, of course, and
to help her to build her immune system so that she can avoid many of the viruses that happen in the nursery.
Remember that her system can convert carbohydrates to the obtain all the glucose she needs for full functioning.
Take care; glad to know she seems better. Keep working at it and keep in touch, as you would like.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 5/22/2012 8:42:47 AM (GMT-6)